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Student groups are a great way for pre-pharmacy and Pharm.D. students to connect with peers and get involved in the OSU Pharmacy community.
The Executive Council (EC) is the College of Pharmacy’s student government. Membership is composed of current Pharm.D. students elected by their peers. The EC collaborates with other student organizations to advocate for student issues, communicate student needs to the college administration, promote student’s professional development and provide positive leadership for the College of Pharmacy student body.
One of the special projects sponsored by the Executive Council is the annual Apothecary Ball.
“The objective of this association shall be to advance the science of pharmacy and its allied interests, and to foster and promote a fraternal spirit among the Brothers.” From the Phi Delta Chi Constitution.
Professional Involvement: PDC is a great way to get involved with the pharmacy community. Projects throughout the year include brown bag events, community health promotion and Adopt-a-Family service projects.
Brotherhood Experience: Relieve stress by hanging out with fellow PDC members. You’ll find us at bowling nights, staff luncheons, beach retreats, social dinners and barbecues.
Phi Delta Chi is a great way to get involved in the pharmacy community, make new friends, form study groups, gain scholarship opportunities and have fun!!
“The Rho Chi Society encourages and recognizes excellence in intellectual achievement and advocates critical inquiry in all aspects of pharmacy. The society further encourages high standards of conduct and character and fosters fellowship among its members. The society seeks universal recognition of its members as lifelong intellectual leaders in pharmacy, and as a community of scholars, to instill the desire to pursue intellectual excellence and critical inquiry to advance the profession.” From the Rho Chi Web site.
Pharm.D. students are selected for Rho Chi membership based on academic achievement. For more information, contact Dr. Rosita Rodriguez Proteau, faculty adviser.
Oregon State Student Pharmacists (OSSP) is a professional development organization for pharmacy students. All Pharm.D. students are welcome to join OSSP, which includes membership in several national organizations and student committees:
Benefits of membership include discounts on certain textbooks, funds to attend professional development events, subscriptions to professional journals, e-mail updates on pharmacy news and invitations to special events.
Current class officers.
The Pre-Pharmacy Society is an organization for OSU students in all majors who are interested in the field of pharmacy. Activities include monthly meetings, guest speakers, field trips, social activities, community service and other activities. Explore the field of pharmacy while having fun!
All students are welcome to join the Pre-Pharmacy Society. Dues are $5 per year, and are used to fund club activities and to purchase snacks for meetings. For more information, join the Oregon State Pre-Pharmacy Society Facebook group.